The Record-Breaking Size of the  Largest Orca Whale


Let's explore the captivating story of the largest wild Orca ever recorded

The oceans are home to some of the most magnificent creatures on Earth, and the Orca, also known as the killer whale, is undoubtedly one of the most awe-inspiring.

The discovery of the largest killer whale ever recorded occurred in 1959 when a male orca was stranded on a beach in Piken Island, Alaska.

Unfortunately, this impressive giant remains unnamed.

The Orca measured an impressive

32 feet


22,000 pounds

The discovery of this massive Orca provided valuable insight into the biology and behavior of these magnificent creatures.

Let's move on to another  not-as-lucky Orca.


Corky is a captive orca who has been held captive for most of her life.

Corky’s long life in captivity has likely affected her growth and overall health.

She has given birth to several calves, but unfortunately, none have survived.

Swipe up to read the full article and learn more about Corky!